Aves de San Pedro Sula

Magnífico listado Histórico de las Aves de la ciudad de los zorzales, tomando en cuenta las observaciones realizadas por Burt Monroe hace ya bastantes años y las observaciones de Alex Alberto

Observen bien el listado y definan las especies con extinción local…

Zonas: U: UNAH-VS y zonas aledañas C: Centro SPS,toda el area comprendida dentro del Primer anillo de circunvalción (Parque Central y alrededores, zonas residenciales como Los Andes, Guamilito, Bo. Las Acacias, Bo. Medina-Concecpción) y zonas aledañas E: Zona Este de SPS, Incluendo las Zonas sudeste y noreste (zona de Megaplaza, La Satelite, Estadio Olimpico, Segundo Anillo Periferico, hasta llegar al peaje del este (Salida a La Lima / El Progreso) A: Zona del Acuifero de Sunceri y Rio Blanco, incluendo el sector de Rio Blanco, Zona de la Cervería, y zona Noreste de la ciudad CF: Cofradia, M: Merendón sendero de la Coca-Cola, T: Todas las areas, *Registro Historico Burt L. Monroe, Jr. A Distrubutional Survey of the Birds of Honduras A. O. U. Monographs No. 7 1968, Se incluyen en el registro historico a Cofradía y zonas aledañas, Chamelecón(hoy parte de San Pedro Sula), se excluyen La Lima, ya que si bien es cierto fue parte del municipio de S.P.S., actualmente es un municipio independiente. No se incluye en este listado las aves registradas para la Laguna de Jucutuma / El Carmen y el Parque Nacional El Cusuco ya que preteden marcar una diferencia sobre el impacto del crecimiento urbano de San Pedro Sula y la presión que ha ejercido en la avifauna local.

MSNM: 50 – 300 aprox.

Total Especies: 124 Especies Registradas + 87 registro histórico = 210

Slaty-Breasted Tinamou *
Great Egret A, CF, U
Cattle Egret A, CF, U
Snowy Egret A,
Little Blue Heron A
Green Heron A, CF
Wood Stork A, CF
Black Vulture T
Turkey Vulture T
Swallow-Tailed Kite C, CF
Common Black-Hawk U, CF
Zone-Tailed Hawk, C
Grey Hawk U, C, CF
Hook-Billed Kite A
Roadside Hawk U
Crested Eagle*
Black-and-White Hawk-Eagle*
Ornate Hawk-Eagle*
Crane Hawk *
Collared Forest-Falcon*
Barred Forest-Falcon*
Crested Caracara T
American Kestrel C, CF
Bat Falcon CR, M, E
Peregrine Falcon C, CF, U
Plain Chachalaca CF, M
Spotted Wood-Quail *
White-Winged Dove T
Inca Dove CF, E, A, U
Common Ground-Dove E, CF, U
Ruddy Ground-Dove E, A, CF, U
Blue Ground-Dove *
Feral Pigeon T
Paled-vented Pigeon *
White-Tipped Dove *
Scarlet Macaw*
Olive-throated Parakeet T
White-Fronted Parrot T
Red Lored Parrot *
Yellow-Headed Parrot *
Mealy Parrot *
White-Crowned Parrot M +300 msnm
Brown-Hooded Parrot M +300 msnm
Groove-billed Ani T
Lesser Ground-Cuckoo U
Squirrel Cuckoo M
Striped Cuckoo*
Barn Owl T
Mottled Owl *
Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl M, U
Common Pauraque *
Vaux’s Swift U, M, C
White-collared Swift M
Scaly-Breasted Hummingbird *
White-Necked Jacobin *
Black-Crested Coquette *
Cavinet’s (Fork-tailed) Hummingbird *
Green-breasted Mango A, E
White-bellied Hummingbird M
Cinnamon Hummingbird T
Honduran Emerald * (Cofradía)
Rufous-Tailed Hummingbird *
Ruby-Throated Hummingbird M
Azure-Crowned Hummingbird * I
Slaty-Tailed Trogon *
Black-Headed Trogon M
Collared Trogon M
Violaceous Trogon *
Tody Motmot *
Turquoise-Browed Motmot T
Blue-Crowned Motmot M, U
Ringed Kingfisher *
Green Kingfisher A, CF
Amazon Kingfisher A, CF
Pygmy Kingfisher *
Rufous-Tailed Jacamar *
White-Whiskered Puffbird *
Collared Aracari CF
Keel-billed Toucan *
Olivaceous Piculet *
Golden-Olive Woodpecker *
Chestnut-Colored Woodpecker *
Golden-Fronted Woodpecker T
Smoky-Brown Woodpecker *
Pale-Billed Woodpecker M, E
Twany-Winged Woodcreeper *
Olivaceous Woodcreeper *
Barred Woodcreeper *
Black-Banded Woodcreeper *
Ivory-Billed Woodcreeper M
Rufous-Breasted Spinetail *
Buff-Throated Foliagegleaner *
Plain Xenops *
Great Antshrike *
Barred Antshrike *
Slaty Antshrike *
Dot-Winged Antwren *
Dusky Antbird *
Black-Faced Antthrush *
Red-Capped Manakin *
White-Collared Manakin *
Sepia-Capped Flycatcher *
Northern Bentbill *
Slate-Headed Tody-Flycatcher *
Common Tody-Flytcatcher M, CF
Eye-Ringed Flatbill *
Dusky-Capped Flycatcher U,
Ruddy-Tailed Flycatcher *
Royal Flycatcher * II
Yellow-Olive Flycatcher *
Stub-Tailed Flycatcher * III
Yellow-Bellied Elaenia U, CF
Bright-Rumped Attila *
Rufous Mourner *
Brown-Crested Flycatcher *
Yellow-Bellied Flycatcher U
Willow Flycatcher *
Least Flycatcher *
Great Kiskadee T
Boat-billed Flycatcher T
Social Flycatcher T
Sulphur-Bellied Flycatcher *
Tropical Kingbird T
Western Kingbird U, A, CF, E,
Cassin’s Kingbird E
Eastern Kingbird U
Eastern Wood-Pewee U, M,
Tropical Pewee CF, A
Streaked Flycatcher CF
Rose-Throated Becard CF, M
Fork-Tailed Flycatcher E
Thrush-like Schiffornis * IV
Masked Tityra A, M, U, CF
Black-Crowned Tityra U, M
Yellow-Throated Vireo A
Lesser Greenlet CF
Green Jay M
Brown Jay T menos C
Gray-Breasted Martin A, CF, E, C
Mangrove Swallow A, CF, E
Northern Rough-winged Swallow T
Cliff Swallow C
Barn Swallow C, E
Southern House Wren T
Plain Wren CR, M
Rufous-Naped Wren U, E, CF, C
Spot-Breasted Wren M
White-Breasted Wood-Wren *
White-Throated Robin
Clay-Colored Robin T
Wood Thrush U
Tropical Mockingbird E
Gray Catbird U
Long-Billed Gnatwren M
Black-and-White Warbler *
Yellow Warbler T
Chestnut-sided Warbler U
Magnolia Warbler M, C, U
Yellow-Rumped Warbler M, U
Black-Throated Green Warbler U
Grace’s Warbler M
Northern Parula U
Ovenbird *
Norther Waterthrush *
Lousiana Waterthrush *
American Red Start M, U
Hooded Warbler M, U
Golden-Crowned Warbler M
Grey-Crowned Yellowthroat U
Common Yellowthroat A
Yellow-breasted Chat *
Wilson’s Warbler *
Summer Tanager T
Blue-Gray Tanager T
Yellow-Winged Tanager CF, C, A, U, M
Red-Crowned Ant-Tanager M, U
Red-Throated Ant-Tanager M
Golden-Hooded Tanager * V
Crimson-Collared Tanager *
Green Honeycreeper *
Blue-Black Grassquit CF, A, U, E
White-Collared Seedeater CF, A, U, E
Variable Seedeater *
Green-Backed Sparrow *
Grayish Saltator C, U, M
Black-Headed Saltator M
Black-Faced Grosbeak *
Rose-Breasted Grosbeak E
Painted Bunting *
Indigo Bunting U, E
Melodious Blackbird U, M, CF, E
Great-tailed Grackle T
Giant Cowbird *
Bronzed Cowbird U, E
Black-Cowled Oriole M
Spot-Breasted Oriole T
Altamira Oriole T
Baltimore Oriole T
Yellow-tailed Oriole CF
Yellow-Backed Oriole *
Orchard Oriole C, U
Yellow-billed Cacique M
Chesnut-Headed Oropendola M
Montezuma Oropendola U, M
White-Vented Euphonia U
Yellow-Throated Euphonia U, C
Scrub Euphonia M
Olive-Backed Euphonia *
Lesser Goldfinch C, U
House Sparrow T M

En Monroe (1968:183) I.aparece como Red-Billed Azurecrown.
II. (1968:271) como Norther Royal-Flycatcher
III. como White-throated Spadebill
IV. (1968:243) aparece como Thrushlike Manakin
V. Monroe (1968:358 ) aparece como Golden-Masked Tanager

~ por Luis Daniel en mayo 14, 2008.

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